Isabel Goller is a harpist from Brixen in South Tyrol.
Isabel started playing the harp at the age of nine. She studied at the Mozarteum in Salzburg and at the Zurich University of the Arts (masters degree 2017). During 2016-18, she was a participant in the Giuseppe Sinopoli Academy at Staatskapelle Dresden, where she discovered her love for opera and orchestral repertoire.
In addition to her studies, the young harpist also proved her talent in two of the most prestigious youth orchestras in the world: the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra (2016 & 2018) and the Aspen Music Festival (2015).
Furthermore, Isabel is very interested in chamber music. In 2018 she founded the "Trio Lusinea“ together with a flutist and a bassoonist, discovering new and exciting repertoire for their unconventional combination of instruments.
Let's go to Austria! At the Salzburg Festival you can encounter Isabel Goller together with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. George Enescu's Œdipe will be performed in a total of 4 performances in August.
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Chamber music with the Trio Lusinea
In the Trio Lusinea three young musicians in an unusual instrumentation flute, harp and bassoon come together. Annina Rusch, Isabel Goller and Valeria Curti got to know each other during their bachelor studies at the Zurich University of the Arts. During their training as professional musicians, they developed a friendship – and a shared deep love of chamber music.
In this special instrumentation it is important for the three of them to develop an exciting repertoire and to find their own arrangements for their instruments. As the name Lusinea ("lusingando" - ital.: flattering) suggests, the trio convinces through their expression and the intimacy with which they want to touch the audience.